A web feed is a data format used for providing users with frequently updated content.


Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works—such as blog entries, news headlines, audio, and video—in a standardized format.


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"For example if your screen is 600 pixels wide and if the rss feed string takes more than 600 pixels to display you will not be able to see the end of your rss feed"

from question "RSS Feed to one line horizontaly autoscroll textview"


"The atom feed option seems to load faster than the rss one fwiw"

from question "How to read JMS messages without consuming them - using ActiveMQ"


"The specification of atom feed offers more value than the rss one with internationalization content types and other things and every modern feed reader supports it"

from question "Generating RSS feed in Rails 3"

"As you noticed yoou cannot create an rss campaign feeded by more than oone feed"

from question "Mailchimp RSS feed for Wordpress site includes only new items, FEEDITEM-based feed has older items"

"Google does this because their feed api can parse more than rss"

from question "Parsing RSS Feed with JavaScript doesn't work for all items in RSS feed"

"You d gain compatibility and durability because rss is more defined things will change less but if the feed doesn t include what you need it won t help you"

from question "Creating a Blog Summary in Python?"


"If your service already has an rss feed things are even easier with the rss reader integrated in the buzzbox api"

from question "How to use Service provider Notifications in android?"

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